Wednesday 18 July 2018

H&F Brilliant Business Awards

The H&F Brilliant Business Awards 2018 are now open for entries

Shine a light on your business

Enter the H&F Brilliant Business Awards

Simple and free to enter, the prestigious Brilliant Business Awards are the highlight of the business year in Hammersmith & Fulham. They not only acknowledge business success and achievement – shortlisted and winning businesses also say they help attract customers and help you grow your business.

They’ve been described by past winners as ‘an inspiration to other parts of London to recognise hard work and entrepreneurship’.

The awards are open to all businesses and organisations in Hammersmith & Fulham and we’re looking for potential Oscar-winning businesses, organisations, entrepreneurs and social enterprises – and that could be you.

The benefits

Space City Productions win Best Local Employer at the 2017 H&F Brill Bizz Awards

Last year, Space City Productions was named the Best Local Employer at the H&F Brill Bizz Awards.

“It was a great honour and surprise to be named best Local Employer especially considering the other great companies in the running,” said Amii van Dunn, CEO of Space City Productions (pictured above, right).

“We are a small team of 14 people and the awards are a great way to showcase and support the smaller businesses in H&F. We’re looking forward to entering again this year.”

The UK’s most productive advertising production company-per-head has been delivering TV, online and radio commercials since 1992, from its offices in Blythe Road, Hammersmith.

It has produced adverts for companies including Nestlé, Asda, Moonpig, GoCompare, Wowcher and MoneySupermarket.

Judges’ Prize

Enter your business into up to two of the categories here and increase your chances of winning an award.

  • Best Creative Business
  • Best Creative/Media Start-Up – NEW
  • Best Cultural or Arts Business
  • Best Customer Service
  • The Green Business Award – NEW
  • Best Independent High Street Business – NEW
  • Best New Business
  • Outstanding Entrepreneur of the Year – NEW
  • Best Place to Drink
  • Best Place to Eat
  • Best Small Business (employing 10 people or less)
  • Best Social Enterprise
  • Best Technology Start-Up – NEW

An expert panel of judges will then draw up a shortlist and decide who earns the glittering gong at the awards ceremony on 7 November.

Entries close on Thursday 4 October.

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Public Vote

Get residents, shoppers and workers in the borough to nominate you as their favourite business in Fulham, Hammersmith, West Kensington and Shepherds Bush.

There is no application process – just encourage your customers to say you’re the best! Promote the awards in store and online and ask people to nominate you at the awards website. Each nomination counts as a vote.

Closing date for public nominations is Sunday 21 October.

  • Best Fulham Business
  • Best Hammersmith Business
  • Best Shepherds Bush Business

The five businesses with the most votes in each category are invited to the ceremony on 7 November, with the winner being the one who gets the most – it’s that simple.

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Save the date and encourage people to vote!

Shortlisted businesses and those with the most public votes will be invited to the awards night at Hammersmith Town Hall on Wednesday 7 November.

Help encourage people to nominate their favourite business and get some free publicity for your business.

We will be encouraging people to nominate their favourite business by giving them a chance to win a prize draw.

To get people voting, please consider offering a prize for the draw.

A bottle of wine, lunch, an item from your shop or a free service from a haircut to a dry cleaning voucher… Please offer anything that you think will help us promote the awards.

We will publicise all prize contributors and their business on the awards website.

To offer a prize, please email or call 020 8753 5695.

Gigglebyte – the UK’s first comedy festival for the business technology sector – is coming to White City


It’s being hosted by Upstream, a partnership between Hammersmith & Fulham Council and Imperial College London, designed to make the borough a leading destination for the biotech, digital and creative industries.

All the events are free.

It kicks off on Tuesday 24 July at WestWorks in Wood Lane with a workshop looking at using humour as an engine for growth with BAFTA award-winning writer Paul Coleman and UKTV general manager Steve North.

For more information visit the Upstream website.

More information »

Any questions?

Hammersmith & Fulham Council, Town Hall, King Street, London W6 9JU